Finalist Business: Reference 2022 Best Book Awards
In FIRED! nationally known workplace attorney Steven Mitchell Sack (The Employee's Lawyer®) has created a first-aid kit for surviving a firing. With over 41 years experience, Mr. Sack gives you the information and power you need to fight back, cut a deal, stand up for your rights, and land firmly on your feet.
Complete with up-to-date sample forms, letters and legal documents, FIRED! tells you in clear language what to do, what to ask for and insist on, and how to protect your rights if you are let go or forced to resign, feel you have been unfairly or illegally fired, exploited in any way or quit. The book will not only save you money and increase your termination benefits, it will also save you time and your sanity so you can get on with your life.
Don't let your bosses catch you unprepared. With this book you have Steven Mitchell Sack, The Employee’s Lawyer®, always on call to give you the professional edge. Know your job rights and fight back if you are FIRED!
FROM PANIC TO PROFIT CAN REVOLUTIONIZE YOUR FIRM--AND YOUR LIFE.
You have the power to create and grow your firm's profitability faster than you think. The secret? Understanding six key numbers. It may sound too good to be true, but it's not. Inside From Panic to Profit, Chartered Financial Analyst Brooke Lively guides you step by step to gather and understand the vital few factors that can turn a failing law office into a thriving profitable firm. Quit losing sleep over cash flow crises and mounting debt. You're six key numbers away from a complete transformation in yourself and your six-figure business advantage.
In this book, you will learn:
How to identify problems before they actually become problems
What Key Performance Indicators are important to track, why, and how
When you should spend and when you shouldn't
A simple framework to eliminate the complexity behind your financials
From the Author: "Let me offer an early disclaimer. I know exactly who the Founders were. I know exactly the crimes against humanity that they were responsible for and those they inherited and were not responsible for. I do not spend time extolling the virtues of Mr. Jefferson, Mr. Adams, Mr. Franklin, and Mr. Madison. Nothing in this work or in my experiment (my life's work) can change the fact or alter the history of the debasement of humanity that preceded the Declaration of Independence (1776), the Constitution (1787), and the Bill of Rights (1791) they were a part of and the obvious fact that the major accomplishment of the Founders' theories about self-government did not apply to African Americans and Native Americans, women, and specifically Black women in their thinking.
Still, there exists in their theological imagination infinite hope for their experiment. This work seeks to identify the evidence that shows and suggests that some of them were aware of a grand architectural experiment and design for the nation and its future.
Every cracked, broken, and imperfect vessel can be used to bring forward hope. I am a personal witness to this fact of human existence."